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September 2020

‘Unsafe tires’ are a concern this winter because of COVID: Study

Source: The Weather Network

‘This is the time when safety matters.’ A new survey reveals some Canadians kept winter tires on their vehicle and/or delayed maintenance because of COVID-19 — and some don’t plan…

February 2020

Are All-weather Tires a Good Winter Solution? It Depends

Source: autoTrader.ca

Pardon me while I adjust my soap box a little bit here. [clears throat and steps up] Greetings, fellow Canadians. As we’re all aware, and as has been decreed from…

January 2020

Coming To Grips With Snow Tires For The Winter Driving Season

Source: Wheels.ca

Deciphering tire classifications can be a bit confusing and intimidating to the uninitiated. Depending on where you live, all-season tires really aren’t suitable for use in all four seasons.

What you need to know about winter tires

Source: bc.CTVnews.ca

It hasn’t been easy getting around after the big snowfall overnight. Conditions on the roads made for some longer commutes and some white knuckle driving Monday. If you’ve got winter…

November 2019

Fall & winter tire safety

Source: globalnews.ca

Jim Baker of Kal Tire explains how you can tell if your tires are safe for winter weather conditions. He also explains the difference between winter, all weather, and all…

October 2019

I’ve Got a Stud (Several, Actually) This Winter

Source: feistyfrugalandfabulous.com

This week, the snow finally fell – and looks like it’s here to stay – in Regina. We’ve had some flurries before this but they were the fall-tease, the snow…

WINTER DRIVING IN CANADA: EXPERT OPINIONS ON TIRES, WHAT’S SAFE, AND DEBUNKING MYTHS ABOUT STUDS

Source: edmontonmama.ca

The Winter weather is here, and it’s time to talk about Winter tires. Too many people end up in the ditch when the snow and ice make their first appearances.

ARE MUD + SNOW (M+S) TIRES SAFE FOR WINTER DRIVING?

Source: http://blog.buzzbishop.com/

No, but maybe yes. First things first: check the sidewall of your tires and see what symbol is there. M+S is the designation for a 3 season tire, the letters stand for MUD…

2 STUDS, 1 STUDDED TIRE AND WHY THEY WORK FOR MOST CANADIANS

Source: https://dad-camp.com/

Yes, I went there. A 2018 Kal Tire study showed on average only 50 percent of drivers in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba planned to use winter…

Kal Tire has winter driving tips for Alberta motorists

Source: globalnews.ca

Bill Gardiner from Kal Tire joins Kent Morrison on the Global News at Noon Edmonton with some facts on winter tire options and some tips for drivers.

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